Monday, October 29, 2007

Back to school

Sorry for the lapse, internet difficulties...
Starting work again after the midterm break was exhausting! The first week felt like it would never end, but now we're all back in the swing of things and the days are racing once again.
We celebrated the Birth of the Bab, the forerunner of the prophet-founder of the Baha'i Fiaith, on October 20th. The childrens classes we conduct performed two songs and told a story. Then we celebrated Zambian Independance Day on October 24th. I have discovered that Zambia and Tanzania both adopted the tune of South Africa's national anthem, so even though I don't know the words I can still hum along :)

We also had a halloween costume party for Amy's birthday... we had an undercover-Disney princess theme! We had a great time playing games. And taking funny pictures...

Also, Amy, Sophie and I will hopefully be starting a music and drama program at the Primary school. Dance workshop has been progressing really fast! We've nearly finished a step dance that they'll be performing at graduation. We've also been working on a million plans for the december break, all of which have been modified a million and one times! Right now we're probably going to Livingstone for a few days.

Other than that, things here are aaall groovy!

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